ECCOM is a transdisciplinary organization created to promote the cultural and creative sector and support the needs of those who work in the cultural system.
Formed by the non-profit association ECCOM-European Center for Cultural Organization and Management and by the company ECCOM Progetti srl, ECCOM collaborates with public and private entities at a local, national and international level, and actively works with economists, archaeologists, art historians, sociologists, scientists, jurists and communication experts from different countries.
For ECCOM, culture has an active role in processes of social change and sustainability. Through its work, ECCOM studies and designs community experiences to generate innovation and cultural dialogue, promote participation in public life and promote cultural heritage as opportunities for personal and collective training and enrichment.
ECCOM has focused on these principles since 1995, executing innovative projects, training experiences and spaces for dialogue and discussion, employing different methodologies, tools and a plurality of artistic and cultural languages
Cristina Da Milano
Maria Francesca Guida
Sociologist and PhD in territorial and urban Planning. She has been a lecturer in Cultural Marketing in Fine Arts Academies and has coordinated the Master in Marketing and Management of Culture for IED (European Institute of Design). She teaches in various post-graduate training courses.
Graduated in Natural Sciences at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, she has vast experience both in research and in the field. Elisabetta has worked at the Rome Zoo since 1984 and at the Civic Museum of Zoology in Rome as curator and head of the educational department since 1998. She has specialized in the interpretation and promotion of cultural and scientific heritage.
Sociologist specialized in qualitative research and management and evaluation of projects in the cultural field. Her professional experience has focused on issues related to cultural heritage, migration, citizen participation, and local development.
Claudia De Simone
Graduated in Archival and Library Sciences. After her studies, Claudia developed her passion for books by managing the fund of the Episcopal Library of Como, later becoming curator of the Silk Museum in the same city, where she dealt with the digitization of ancient material and the preparation of the Center of Textile Documentation.